Prior to making his U.S. debut in Miami on Saturday night, Kevin Bizier insisted he wanted a stoppage victory against unbeaten slugger Fredrick Lawson. His reasoning? He wanted to leave nothing to chance.
The ‘L’ word rarely enters a boxer’s lexicon, especially in the days leading up to a big fight. But much like in the ring, Kevin Bizier shows no fear—and pulls no punches—when talking about the importance of Saturday’s 147-pound clash with undefeated Fredrick Lawson.
Power puncher Fredrick Lawson works to refine boxing skills to become a more complete—and dangerous—fighter
Fredrick Lawson shares an unbeaten record, a comparable knockout rate and the same trainer as 160-pound champion Gennady Golovkin. But the similarities between the two boxers end there—at least for now.
Kevin Bizier has lost twice in 26 fights—both times by excruciatingly narrow split decisions, both times to the same guy and both times in his home province of Quebec, Canada.
As he prepares for unbeaten Fredrick Lawson, 147-pound contender Kevin Bizier knows the future is now
Kevin Bizier’s next fight may not only be his most difficult, but if his trainer is to be believed, it probably will define the rest of his career.
Boxers who have fought exclusively in their home country usually pick a soft opponent when they finally decide to ply their trade in a foreign land. Apparently, Kevin Bizier never got such a memo—or simply ignored it.